Boeing adds 3 safety elements in 737 MAX aircraft, expects to resume service by March 2020


Boeing has added three elements of safety in the flight control system of the 737 MAX aircraft and is working to bring it back in service globally by March 2020. The plane manufacturer said it has found issues in 5 percent of all inspected MAX aircraft and has fixed them.

“We have added three safety elements in MCAS ( Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System) in flight control. We have tested over 800 flights…we at Boeing are focussed on safety,” Darren Hulst, deputy vice president of commercial marketing said.

“We have taken a pause in everything to focus on safe return of MAX to service,” he added.

The company also said that it is working with regulators for certification to help bring MAX to service in the US in Q4 and if the processes progress without pause Read More

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